Karate at the Budocentre
Today the Karate-Do appears as a versatile Asian martial art represented in Self Defence, Competition Sport and also as a health supporting activity that is conveyed in many different styles.
The predominant unarmed martial art received its historic and cultural imprint initially in China, then in Okinawa and finally in Japan before it began to spread worldwide at the beginning of the 50s of the 20th century in order to become an internationally accepted fight sport.
In its literally translation Karate-Do means 'the way of the empty hand' and it refers to a holistic path of development which every Karateka is advised to follow facing the challenges that will appear in each and every level of this martial art.
Based on this philosophy the Budocentre offers such versatile aspects of Karate
in which mainly the worldwide established and well-known Shotokan style is taught. However Karatekas coming from different styles are also always welcome to participate.
The Budocentre Karamitsos offers training opportunities for all levels, e.g. beginners, kids, youths, adults or competitive athletes (please find additional information at the navigation at the left hand side).
Besides the mature and developed professionalism at the Budocentre it also provides humanity, empathy and humour as well as well-established social cooperation.
The members of the Budocentre highly appreciate the open-minded and friendly atmosphere which enables the combination of practicing a professional Karate-Do with an active and positive lifestyle.